Pope Francis recently spoke about the “digital highway” when he urged the church to be a welcoming place to our Internet neighbors.
Who are they?
- 97% of people 18-29 in the U.S. are on the Internet
- 93% of people 30-49 in the U.S. are on the Internet
- 88% of people 50-64 in the U.S. are on the Internet
- 57% of people 65 and older in the U.S. are on the Internet
Where is our country today? Online.
So shouldn’t the church be there?
Your Church on the Digital Highway
One of the fastest growing places in the church is the church online. From an economic lens, the cost per attendee is far less than the overhead of buildings, utilities, and overhead. Plus, if 97% of 18-29 year olds are online, shouldn’t the church be?
Until now, the cost and technical learning curves were too high to overcome.
And today it’s easier than ever for the church to have a powerful online presence. With Media Fusion, churches can stream services with an iPod Touch and good wifi.
Media Fusion is a faith-based company based in San Antonio that has created a platform to stream services for $60/mo. No technical learning curves or need to hire an IT staff.
The month of January, Media Fusion is offering incentives to start 2015 off with a bang.
Broaden your vision, broadcast your ministry.
Every Friday, Media Fusion will give away something as people enter to win. Last week they gave away an Amazon Fire TV. This week they’re offering an Amazon Fire HD6. And next week they’re going to offer a free year of Media Fusion.